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The George Floyd family is demanding first degree murder charges against the policeman

Terrence Floyd (C) attends a vigil in which his brother George Floyd was killed by the police a week ago on June 1, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Stephen Maturen | Getty Images Lawyers for George Floyd’s family filed a first-degree murder complaint against former Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin on Monday, who already faces minor charges of homicide and manslaughter, after …

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Newsom supports California protests but condemns violence

After a weekend full of demonstrations and unrest across California, Governor Gavin Newsom expressed strong support on Monday for activists who took to the streets to denounce racist acts recently exhibited across the country, telling them: “Your anger is real. Express it so we can hear it. “ “The black community is not responsible for what is happening right now. …

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Coronavirus will cost the economy nearly $ 8 trillion, says the Congressional Budget Office

First Lady Tammy Murphy of New Jersey distributes bags containing meals, masks and other personal protective equipment to needy residents outside the NAN Newark Tech World during the coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19) in Newark, New Jersey, May 6, 2020. Mike Segar | Reuters The coronavirus is likely to stimulate around $ 7.9 trillion in economic activity over the next decade, including …

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Order details in 9 cities

Curfew orders have been imposed in several Bay Area cities due to riots and looting on the weekend. San Jose: 20:30 to 5 in the morning, ending on June 7 or until further notice. The statement says: “No person should be on the public road, avenue, alley, park or other public place or on an unproven public property within the …

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The Louisville police chief was fired after the official body cameras were turned off during the fatal filming

Louisville Metro police chief Steve Conrad was relieved of duty after it was revealed that agents involved in a shootout that killed a local businessman last Monday did not activate their cameras. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced his decision to lift Conrad during a press conference on Monday afternoon, in which the deceased was identified as David McAtee. Conrad was …

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Most Americans want another stimulus check. Here’s what stands in the way

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) After a May 19 meeting at the Republican Senate political lunch with President Donald Trump to discuss the response to the coronavirus outbreak. Yuri Gripas | Reuters The president is warming up to the idea. Most Democrats are down. But will Republicans have the idea of ​​a second round of stimulus checks? The cash …

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